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Look: Bunkhouses Samples For Marawi War Victims

Look: Bunkhouses Samples For Marawi War Victims

| On 21, Oct 2017

Now that the war in Marawi is dying down, the government must concentrate on restoration and development of the city. Along with this is the bringing back of the confidence of the residents who were forced to leave their houses.

Giving them proper and decent temporary shelters while the restoration is ongoing is a must.

The National Housing Authority (NHA) showed the samples of bunkhouses that will serve as the temporary shelter of the families who were victimized by the war in Marawi City.

The bunkhouses, which measures 22 square meters each and priced for P160,000.00, are made from galvanized steel on the outside and light materials on the inside. They also have their own toilet and bath, as well as kitchen materials.

The single-detached houses can house up to seven people.

In comparison, the bunkhouses built by the Aquino Administration for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda, which is worth P800,000.00, is only made of coco lumber and other light materials. The residents even share toilets made from metal sheets and wood.

The Yolanda bunkhouses are overpriced.

Around 2,000 families are about to live in the temporary shelters this December. The president himself is hands-on in making sure that the evacuees will have a comfortable stay.

Marawi (P200k) vs. Yolanda t(P800k) temporary shelters.

The Yolanda temporary shelters cost P800,000 while the Marawi temporary shelters cost only P200,000 and are a lot nicer. Why did the Yolanda shelters which are more expensive, smaller, and are poorly built costing more than Marawi’s shelters. Watch the video.

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